The name Jim Crow is often used to describe the segregation laws, rules, and customs which arose after Reconstruction ended in 1877 and continued until the mid-1960s. How did the name become associated with these "Black Codes" which took away many of the rights which had been granted to Blacks through the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments?
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... Houston community. At a public showing of the Strange Demise of Jim Crow
hosted at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, people were lining up 30 minutes ...
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and discrimination throughout the United States, especially the South ...
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Race and Place: An African American Community in the Jim Crow South. Table of
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